India tops the most ignorant country list

India tops the most ignorant country list

WEB DESK – The so called biggest democracy and the fastest growing nation India has achieved an unique milestone.  India has topped the list of most ignorant countries in a survey carried out by Ipsos MORI. An information from 27,250 interviews of people aged 16 to 64 carried out between September and November, the Independent reported on Saturday. Ipsos MORI surveyed people from 40 countries, with between 500 and 1,000 people surveyed in each. In that survey multiple questions were asked to the participants; including their country population, healthcare spending and home ownership.…continue reading →
ECP gives clean chit to Imran Khan & Jahangir Tareen

ECP gives clean chit to Imran Khan & Jahangir Tareen

ISLAMABAD (WEB DESK) – As Panama case final verdict is ahead, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf gets a good news from Election Commission of Pakistan as ECP issues clean chit to chairman PTI Imran Khan and Jahangir Tareen. Chief Election Commissioner Sardar Raza Khan announced the verdict and dismissed all the references against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insan leaders. References were filed against PTI leadership’s off-shore companies. PML-N leaders raised the issues about Imran Khan’s London flat and his Bani Gala house. Image source: Google Imagescontinue reading →
Quetta: 8 killed as dumper fell on roof of house

Quetta: 8 killed as dumper fell on roof of house

ISLAMABAD (APP) – At least eight people were killed and two other sustained injuries when a sand-laden dumper fell on the roof of a mud house in the Double Road area in Quetta on early Tuesday Morning. According to private news channel, eye-witnesses said, the dumper first hit the house and then fell on its roof. The roof of the house collapsed due to load of the dumper, burying the inmates under the rubles. Police and Rescue teams reached the spot and recovered dead and injured from the rubles and shifted them to hospital. At least three children and a woman…continue reading →
Sixth national census to kick off tomorrow

Sixth national census to kick off tomorrow

ISLAMABAD (WEB DESK) – After the gap of nineteen years sixth census will start from tomorrow on Wednesday in Pakistan. The census will be completed in two phases. In the first phase will be conducted in 63 districts and in the second phase the population census will be conducted in remaining 88 districts across the country. Authorities set up a helpline for the national census. People can get queries at 080057574.continue reading →
Blasphemous content should be block immediately: PM Nawaz

Blasphemous content should be block immediately: PM Nawaz

ISLAMABAD (WEB DESK) – Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif has directed Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan to take all immediate measures to bring-down blasphemous contents on social media. Measures should be taken to completely eradicate the blasphemous contents on social media and those spreading such material should be brought to justice, he said He urges that international organizations relating to social media should be approached for blasphemous contents. Image source: Google Imagescontinue reading →
China puts first stealth fighter J-20 into military service

China puts first stealth fighter J-20 into military service

BEIJING (AFP) - China has put its first stealth fighter into military service, state-run media reported on Friday, in the latest milestone highlighting the modernisation of the country's armed forces. Swift, stealthy, and armed with long-range missiles, the J-20 represents a leap forward in China's ability to project power in Asia and potentially compete with the United States. The fifth-generation stealth fighter made its public debut at the Zhuhai Air Show in southern China in November. In a newscast on state broadcaster CCTV's military and agricultural affairs channel, an announcer said in a…continue reading →
Battle of Mosul: Al-Baghdadi is on run, Pentagon

Battle of Mosul: Al-Baghdadi is on run, Pentagon

Islamic State (IS) group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has fled the besieged Iraqi city of Mosul and is believed to have delegated tactical control of the battle to local commanders, a US defence official said Wednesday. The official said the elusive leader, who last appeared in public in Mosul in July 2014 to proclaim a "caliphate", fled the former IS group bastion some time before Iraqi security forces surrounded the city. "He was in Mosul at some point before the offensive. We know he's been there," the official told reporters. "He left before…continue reading →
Xiaomi introduced ‘SmartShoes’ powered by Intel

Xiaomi introduced ‘SmartShoes’ powered by Intel

WEB DESK – Life is getting extra smart from smart TVs, smartphones, smart watches and now Chines tech giant Xiaomi unveils ‘Smartshoes’. Xiaomi’s brnad Mijia introduced and new product of its kind named '90 Minutes Ultra Smart Sportswear'. This pair of smartshoes comes with an Intel chipset inside that can store all the vital fitness data while you exercise, run, or even walk. This new “smart” sportswear was developed by the Chinese based company Shanghai Runmi Technology Co. Ltd and is aimed primarily at professional runners/athletes. The sole of the shoes has an arch design…continue reading →
COAS General Qamar meets Prime Minister of Qatar

COAS General Qamar meets Prime Minister of Qatar

(DNA) – General Qamar Javed Bajwa the Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan met Prime Minister of Qatar, Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, Commander Qatar Emiri Land Forces, Major General Muhammed Ali Ghanim Al Ghanim and Commander Qatar Emiri Guard, Major General Hazza Bin Khalil Al Shahwani. General Bajwa is on official visit of Qatar. The Prime Minister of Qatar hailed Pakistan Army’s contributions towards war against terrorism and regional peace. He expressed his desire to learn from Pakistan Army’s experience in security domain and also seeking assistance during forthcoming…continue reading →
CIA hack smartphones, cars and smart TVs, WikiLeaks releases files

CIA hack smartphones, cars and smart TVs, WikiLeaks releases files

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks on Tuesday published what it said were thousands of pages of internal CIA discussions about  hacking techniques used over several years, renewing concerns about the security of consumer electronics and embarrassing yet another U.S. intelligence agency. The discussion transcripts showed that CIA hackers could get into Apple Inc  iPhones, Google Inc Android devices and other gadgets in order to capture text and voice messages before they were encrypted with sophisticated software. Cyber security experts disagreed about the extent of the fallout from the data dump, but said…continue reading →